Any business owner or manager knows and will tell you that appearances matter, and it’s no different for a business’s commercial space or office exterior. From the outside, a dirty or stained appearance will not reflect well on you and your employees, and may affect your business. From the roof to the windows, the siding, […]Read More..
As schools around the nation integrate back into on-site education, it’s important to renovate more than just the academic curriculum. School janitorial staff will face heightened sanitary regulations and expectations, facing pressure from local governments, school faculty, and the parents of all current and future students. With less time and space on their hands, janitorial […]Read More..
Before 2020, the cleanliness of a bank was in many ways a metaphor. The institutional keeper of anyone’s financial health should maintain exemplary sanitary conditions, so as to present the same discipline to their clients’ physical health. With COVID-19 bringing a new level of awareness to public health concerns, we have seen a shift in […]Read More..
April showers bring May flowers, and spring means spring cleaning. This is an important time of year for homes and businesses, and really is more than just a cliché. The winter means harsh weather, contamination through rain and mud, and all around creates a dirtier environment that can find its way into your facility with […]Read More..
Running a business comes with a lot of considerations, which can be both directly and indirectly related to the success of your mission. Although facility maintenance and upkeep may not be the most top of mind when it comes to overseeing your essential operations, it does play a significant role in the perception of prospective […]Read More..